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Gearbox Publishing, Counterplay Games
Nov 12, 2020 - PlayStation 5, PC

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No Recommendation
PC Gamer
65 / 100
3.5 / 5
Metro GameCentral
5 / 10
Game Informer
7 / 10
5 / 10
2.5 / 5
Game Revolution
3.5 / 5
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Godfall Trailers

Godfall – Launch trailer | PS5 & PC thumbnail

Godfall – Launch trailer | PS5 & PC

Godfall – Cinematic intro: The Fall thumbnail

Godfall – Cinematic intro: The Fall

Godfall: Combat Trailer – 4K thumbnail

Godfall: Combat Trailer – 4K

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Critic Reviews for Godfall


No Recommendation / Blank

Godfall offers obnoxiously stylish next-gen spectacle, but its appeal only runs skin deep.

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A pleasant, samey slasher that may bore your digits while making your GPU sweat.

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An enjoyable hack and slash looter that plays well despite a sparse, repeating structure

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Metro GameCentral

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5 / 10
Metro GameCentral

Although it seems to have all the necessary components to become a compelling looter-slasher Godfall's fussy mechanics and repetitive design will quickly sap your interest.

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Fun to play solo or with friends, but both avenues are filled with monotonous level design

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Godfall's monotonous structure is held together by punchy combat that can't bear the full weight.

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While a bit muddled in combat design and pretty dull in world design, Godfall is a passable 3D action game. Under normal circumstances, you'd be safe to skip it, but if you need something to play on that shiny new PlayStation 5, it's not the worst option.

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hope that Godfall gets some content updates, as it feels like Counterplay Games might have rushed development to meet the PS5 release date. The core combat system is satisfying and would shine if the game had more unique content to push the player forward. As it is, there’s very little hook and most players will likely find themselves getting bored around the halfway mark.

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